Anastasiia Yancheva, a master's student at Mariupol State University majoring in translation (Italian), received a scholarship to study at the University for foreigners in Perugia, Italy.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, young people are trained remotely. According to Anastasiia, this is not a problem or disadvantage, because in this way you can improve your language and speech competencies, work and have time to do everything while staying in your hometown.
The internship brought together young people from Hungary, Egypt, Cameroon, Indonesia and China. A good level of Italian proficiency allowed the MSU student to study in a group of Level B2 – above average.
I was very happy to receive this scholarship! At any level of foreign language proficiency, it is extremely important to develop and improve your communication and linguistic skills. We talked a lot about everyday topics, discussed modern socio-economic problems, while practicing basic grammatical rules. I have gained valuable experience and met many pleasant and motivated people.